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Former Missouri standout forward Michael Porter Jr. underwent a second back surgery, according to a report Wednesday from NBA.com that described the procedure as a “breakthrough” for the forward’s back issues.

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Former Mizzou athletics tutor Yolanda Kumar isn’t done naming names. In a barrage of tweets posted Monday, the NCAA whistle blower said she plans to publish the names of Mizzou “students, classes and (academic) coordinators” connected to the academic fraud accusations she first made in the fall of 2016, along with “the new allegations.”

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In what can only be described as the least earthshaking news since “Dog bites man,” St. Louis Cardinals fans have been deemed the “Best Fans in Baseball” by “The Athletic,” an online sports publication.

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Mozeliak has described the Cards as 'on the fence' when it comes to the trade deadline. But he has acknowledged that win-now moves that don't help this team in 2019 and beyond don't seem to make much sense. That's very different from a fire sale that loads the system with prospects and sets the plan for a big run down the road.

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With the bad hitting, it just seemed very easy to point a finger at hitting coaches Mabry and Mueller. These were the guys whose whole jobs were to improve the Cardinals' batting, and numerous Cardinals were/are batting badly. With the defense, it's harder to just point a finger at one person.

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SCHAUMBURG — The Normal CornBelters exploded for 21 hits — including a three-run home run by Derrick Loveless — to defeat the Schaumburg Boomers, 16-7, on Friday at Schaumburg Baseball Stadium.

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BOURBONNAIS -- It doesn’t seem that long ago that Bears guard Kyle Long was a frisky colt, inexperienced but blessed with enough God-given size, strength and athleticism to make him a first-round draft pick and a 2013 opening-day starter as a rookie.

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BOURBONNAIS -- Coach Matt Nagy was determined to hold a two-hour practice outdoors on Friday to open training camp, and several rounds of heavy showers were not about to alter his plan or even slow the pace of the workout.

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By the end of the sixth inning, the Cards' leadoff hitter had one of the finest offensive performances ever by a Cardinal against the archrival Cubs. Carpenter hit three home runs, became the first Cardinal ever to have five extra-base hits in a game, and drove home seven runs.

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Over the offseason, thousands of fans voted in our "Team For the Ages" contest to construct the best imaginable 50-man roster from the NFL’s modern era, which began in 1967. The votes have been counted, and we’re unveiling one player each weekday bet…

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Former Missouri standout forward Michael Porter Jr. underwent a second back surgery, according to a report Wednesday from NBA.com that described the procedure as a “breakthrough” for the forward’s back issues.

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Former Mizzou athletics tutor Yolanda Kumar isn’t done naming names. In a barrage of tweets posted Monday, the NCAA whistle blower said she plans to publish the names of Mizzou “students, classes and (academic) coordinators” connected to the academic fraud accusations she first made in the fall of 2016, along with “the new allegations.”